Hanover MD just outside of Washington was a stupendous signing event! Unfortunately the store was not set up for a Q&A, but I did allow for extra time at the signing table for questions. We ended up having to cap the line an hour before the store’s closing or I’d be there still. (My apologies if you got there late and were turned away. They can’t keep the store open after the mall closes.) Fortunately we were able to bring all the roadies out of the line temporally to get our family photo!
We got a little rowdy ourselves by the end of it . . . But it ended well. -laugh-
I’m busy today catching up on everything from my daily stretching to curling my hair, to touching up my nails. Not to mention all the questions you’ve been shooting at me while I’ve been out of internet connection. Yesterday was a bear, but with some creative luggage control and a top-notch escort, Guy and I got through it just fine, leaving us this morning to relax until tonight’s event out at Books and Books. We did have some time before the event to tour some of Atlanta’s oldest residential areas and get to see some beautiful homes from the outside. I am so in agreement with the man who designed the layouts of the neighborhoods. A park within walking distance. Yes. You’d think it was a no-brainer, and I think it is responsible for some of the more once-forgotten neighborhood’s recovery. Anyway . . .
Yesterday’s Atlanta event drew people in from Savanna, and Tennessee, if you can believe it! It was a tremendous crowd, and the number of roadies was overwhelming. Somehow we all managed to squeeze into the fairly large signing room that Eagle Eye has in the back of the store. Q&A (pictured below) was great, and we had to cut it off after about 20-30 minutes. This is actually only half the crowd. If I’d been thinking, I would have taken one to the right as well.
Also, if you are going to the Dark Delicacies event, the time has been changed to 1:00 pm